File Fortmat

JPEG: Is known as a image file format it what many cameras use a default output. It saves by on the image from memory card there are file size of small that you could save it in they can’t be small prints.

TIFF: is a bigger file that will take up you space. you need to be able to have more storage for TIFF. They uncompressed unlike JPEG.

RAW: give you high quality in the photos you take they will require plenty memory cards. You have to edits the phot before putting in the RAW that you must edit your RAW photos.

DNG: is create by Adobe and is provide a standard for RAW file for all the manufacturers and cameras. You can store you RAW files at DNGs for maximum future- proofing. Editing software like Lightroom can convert large batches of files to DGNs so it you don’t have to do it manually. DGN might be a safer option for a long-term because they guard against the inability to open or access files in the future.

PNG: They are compressed in a lossless format and they could retain all the details. They allow for partial and total transparency. They make a good image quality which is not compromised when editing.

GIF: They are mostly used for on the internet and they have lost compression  which the image quality is not sacrificed for. The GIF files only contain 256 color so there best for photos and not images with limited color. They can also contain for animation.

BMP: They are used for large files as a color data to save in each individual pixel and you use it without compression. They can be used from a high quality digital file is a good print but a bad ideal for web. They used for printing and for images high quality.

PSD: Is a file of Adobe Photoshop that uses as a default to save data. It has a big advantage for PSD and is allowed for manipulation on specific individual layers than on main image itself. They have to be layered file flattened and can’t be undone anymore. When the image is ready they can be re-saved in any other file formant you want.


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